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what Cisco Devices Max. Power Consumption in Watts?

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Could you please help me to find how much max AC power required in WATTS for each device given below?
Sr.No      Make       Model
1           CISCO             3560 G (48 Port)
2           CISCO             3560 G (24 Port)
3          CISCO                   2800 Series Router
4      CISCO               ASA 5520 Series Firewall
5      CISCO             2800 Series CME
6      CISCO            Catalyst 4506-E Switch
7      IBM      System X3550 M3
8      IBM      System X3655
9      Dell      PowerEdge 710
10      HP       Storage Works DAT 72
11      Dell      PowerEdge 11G 710
12      IBM      System X3650 M4
13      Dell      Optiplex 780
14      Dell      LCD 21"


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